Go Assessment People and Property Protection in SelectionDescription
This report combines a battery of assessments and the power of mathematical algorithms to provide a global picture of key competencies for a role that involves the protection of people and property (police officers, firefighters, paramedics, 911 dispatchers, security officers and prison security officers, etc.), in a selection context.
A cognitive test and four personality inventories are used to identify the assessed individual’s strengths and areas for improvement. The report also presents an overall safety score that indicates the individual’s inclination to adopt safe behaviour at work. An overall score is offered to indicate the individual's fit for the chosen job position; using the key competencies evaluated, it compares the individual's results to an expected profile for the job position.
The report also provides customized interview questions based on results and advice that foster the selected candidate’s rapid onboarding. A candidate report with a set of development tips can also be provided to the assessed individual.
Tools: 1 cognitive test, 4 personality inventories
Self-interpretable report available instantly in English, French and Spanish
Suggested questions for use during the recruitment interview based on the assessment results, when elements require further details.
Advice on integration that will help you provide the conditions for successful hiring.*Now available – A candidate report can be provided.
Ask a candidate to complete an assessment. Once that person completes the tests and questionnaires you will automatically receive an integrated report by email. It clearly presents results allowing you to see at a glance whether a candidate’s profile fits with a position by giving you a clear picture of the skills of the person assessed.
Analyze the assessment report and make the right choice based on reliable precise scientific results.
Receive suggestions for interview questions and efforts to help integrate successful candidates to their new position.
D-TECK set itself the challenge of making the science of assessment universally available to companies that want to work autonomously… no exceptions. So we had to find a way to provide a complete precise and reliable assessment at a lower cost. The solution? We replicated the judgement of skill and performance assessment experts using mathematical algorithms.
→ We started by analyzing critical skills for each position using the scientific literature.
→ Then we combined HR analytics and big data to create mathematical algorithms.